University of Iowa Health Care Integrated Strategic Plan, 2017-2020
The 2017-2020 UI Health Care Strategic Plan is a robust, yet flexible, plan focusing on initiatives that allow for continued success in carrying out the tripartite mission of education, research, and patient care. More information about the plan is available by clicking on the links below.
- Integrated Strategic Plan at a glance
- Integrated Strategic Plan Presentation slides
- 2017-2020 Integrated UI Health Care Strategic Plan
The University of Iowa Health Alliance (UIHA) includes 20 hospitals and more than 1,900 physicians. The members of UIHA are working together to advance the quality of health-care services, improve the health status of patients and communities, and achieve efficiencies that will help member organizations reduce the rising cost of health care.
UIHA is creating a platform for sharing expertise, selected support services, and information technologies needed to succeed in the emerging "accountable care" systems and payment programs. Working together in UIHA, members will strive to increase the value of services provided, improve clinical integration among the members, provide more streamlined and coordinated care to patients, and ultimately improve the health of people in Iowa and other regions served.
Institute for Clinical and Translational Science (ICTS)
The ICTS is one of 60 leading medical research institutions located throughout the nation participating in the Clinical and Translational Science Award Consortium and is supported in part by award number 2 UL1 TR000442-06 from the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences, and the National Institutes of Health. Our combined resources, efforts, and commitment are transforming how biomedical research is conducted by accelerating the translation of medical discoveries into actual treatments, engaging communities in clinical research efforts, and training new clinical and translational investigators.
Pappajohn Biomedical Institute (PBI)
The mission of this new institute is to understand the fundamentals of biology and disease and to extend our discoveries into real-life applications that improve human health. The hub of the Institute will be in the new Pappajohn Biomedical Discovery Building.
Iowa Institute of Human Genetics (IIHG)
The IIHG is dedicated to promoting clinical care, research, and education focused on the medical and scientific significance of variation in the human genome. The IIHG is a statewide resource for understanding the extent and meaning of human DNA sequence variations.
Iowa Institute for Biomedical Imaging (IIBI)
The mission of the IIBI is to foster efficient and cooperative multidisciplinary and cross-college research and discovery in biomedical imaging, and to improve training and education.